Christian Watson scores fourth touchdown in past four quarters


Packers rookie receiver Christian Watson scored three touchdowns against the Cowboys on Sunday with one coming in the second quarter and two in the fourth quarter. He scored another on the final play of the first quarter Thursday night.

His 14-yard reception from Aaron Rodgers capped an 11-play, 78-yard drive.

The Packers, though, could not tie the game as Denico Autry blocked Mason Crosby‘s PAT attempt. It was the first time this season the Packers didn’t convert the extra point.

Green Bay trails 7-6.

The Titans were trying to sub with time running out on the first quarter, and Rodgers caught them with an extra player unable to get off the field before the snap. The Packers snapped it with five seconds remaining, and Rodgers used the free play to throw a 50-50 ball to Watson, who was one-on-one with Kristian Fulton.

Rodgers finished the first quarter 6-of-7 for 61 yards.

4 responses to “Christian Watson scores fourth touchdown in past four quarters

  1. He epitomizes GB’s offense. He’s either making huge plays, or dropping the ball. There is no in-between for them. Basically 3, 3-and-out drives, at home, is unacceptable.

  2. Green Bay looks comatose. Rodgers should’ve retired, he looks like he would rather be ANYWHERE but on the field, play-acting as a football player. His ‘skill player’ team mates are …pathetic.

  3. Great. Unfortunately he missed 40 quarters with ankle and hammy problems and concussions.
    This guy lacks toughness and wont amount to much. Enjoy him now the end is near

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